Eero is no longer being maintained by its original author. Thanks to everyone who used and supported this project! If you would like to fork this project to create a new work, please feel free to use the resources available in the repositories.
“Looks nice, to my eyes.” —John Gruber, via Daring Fireball
Poor code readability costs you development time. Syntactic “noise,” redundant notation, and boilerplate all distract and provide opportunities for “dumb”—and sometimes subtle—errors. No language can guarantee clean code, but Eero helps you do a better job.
highly interoperable
Eero offers excellent, nearly seamless interoperability with Objective-C, C, and C++. Simply
and use SDK, third-party, and personal frameworks and libraries. All LLVM memory management choices are available, too, including manual reference counting and ARC.
Eero compiles down to the same binary code as Objective-C, so you’ll enjoy the same performance as standard LLVM-generated Objective-C code, even for any high-performance C functions or C++ objects you use!